Happy summer Thursday.
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People on the beach take shelter from the sun. Photo: John Keeble/Getty Images
A heat wave is roasting western Europe, where temperatures are falling in quick succession, Axios' Ursula Perano notes.
Why it matters: The Europeans don't use AC like Americans, and when heat waves hit, they kill.
The big picture: “There is likely the DNA of climate change in the record-breaking heat that Europe and other parts of the world are experiencing,” meteorology professor Marshall Shepherd told the AP.
What's next: Europe is expected to cool down starting tomorrow.
Puerto Ricans march together as they celebrate the ouster of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló.
The Minnesota Twins are on pace to finish the MLB season with a collective 311 home runs, which would obliterate the record of 267 set by the New York Yankees last year, writes the N.Y. Times' James Wagner.